Male passes away after ‘attempting to rescue canine from sea’


A male has actually passed away after apparently trying to conserve a canine from drowing in Aberdeen.

Authorities, HM Coastguard and RNLI teams showed up onto the city’s Beach Esplanade on Tuesday night.

A 33-year-old male was recuperated from the water and required to Aberdeen’s Royal Infirmary.

He was noticable death quickly after.

It is comprehended that the canine fell under the sea after being terrified by fireworks. It was not obtained from the water.

One regional informed the Daily Record: “The canine got frightened by the sound of fireworks and entered into the sea, when he leapt in after him. There were a great deal of emergency situation service employees at the rescue.”

A cops spokesperson stated: “Around 7.15 pm on Tuesday November 1, authorities were contacted us to a report of issue for a guy at Beach Esplanade, Aberdeen.

” The 33-year-old male was required to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary where he was noticable dead a brief time later on.”

Officers stated there were no suspicious scenarios surrounding the death of the 33-year-old.


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